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Date: 1400-1500
Language: French
Origin: Latin frequens 'crowded, full'

frequent

1 adjective
     
fre‧quent1 W3
happening or doing something often [≠ infrequent]
more/less frequent
Her headaches are becoming less frequent.
Trains rushed past at frequent intervals.
She was a frequent visitor to the house.

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